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Clarify it yourselfEdit
Please stop adding clarify spans to the Haxe article. If you think it needs clarification, find citations for the same and add it yourself. Also stop describing each language you link to in the See Also section. That is entirely unnecessary since I have provided headers under which they are listed. -- Tom Jenkins (reply)
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Reason for redirect?Edit
In this edit, you redirected to Motion Interpolation (computer graphics) (with an incorrectly capitalized initial "i") rather than to Motion interpolation (computer graphics) (with a correctly lower-case "i"). I moved the page to the correct title. You should remember that under the rules of WP:MOS, one does not capitalize an initial letter in an article title or a section heading merely because it's an initial letter in an article title or a section heading.
Editing news 2021 #1Edit
The Reply tool is available at most other Wikipedias.
- The Reply tool has been deployed as an opt-out preference to all editors at the Arabic, Czech, and Hungarian Wikipedias.
- It is also available as a Beta Feature at almost all Wikipedias except for the English, Russian, and German-language Wikipedias. If it is not available at your wiki, you can request it by following these simple instructions.
- As of January 2021, more than 3,500 editors have used the Reply tool to post about 70,000 comments.
- There is preliminary data from the Arabic, Czech, and Hungarian Wikipedia on the Reply tool. Junior Contributors who use the Reply tool are more likely to publish the comments that they start writing than those who use full-page wikitext editing.
- The Editing and Parsing teams have significantly reduced the number of edits that affect other parts of the page. About 0.3% of edits did this during the last month. Some of the remaining changes are automatic corrections for Special:LintErrors.
- A large A/B test will start soon. This is part of the process to offer the Reply tool to everyone. During this test, half of all editors at 24 Wikipedias (not including the English Wikipedia) will have the Reply tool automatically enabled, and half will not. Editors at those Wikipeedias can still turn it on or off for their own accounts in Special:Preferences.
New discussion toolEdit
The new tool for starting new discussions (new sections) will join the Discussion tools in Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-betafeatures at the end of January. You can try the tool for yourself. You can leave feedback in this thread or on the talk page.
During Talk pages consultation 2019, editors said that it should be easier to know about new activity in conversations they are interested in. The Notifications project is just beginning. What would help you become aware of new comments? What's working with the current system? Which pages at your wiki should the team look at? Please post your advice at mw:Talk:Talk pages project/Notifications.